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savory jelly based on fish or meat stock used as a mold for meats or vegetables

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Results obtained by using CEDA and ASPIC computer software were evaluated by considering three output parameters i.
Results from the non-equilibrium surplus production models of Logistic and Fox in ASPIC computer package are shown in Table IV.
TOMATO ASPIC WITH FETA CHEESE 1/2 cup boiling water 2 (1/4-ounce) envelopes unflavored gelatin 3 cups Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix, heated 2 large celery stalks, finely minced in food processor 1 small onion, finely minced in food processor Juice of 1/2 lemon or lime 12 small squares feta cheese Hellmann's mayonnaise for garnish Pour boiling water into a shallow bowl, and sprinkle gelatin over it.
The modern version of aspic jelly uses a combination of well-clarified stock with the addition of commercially purchased leaf or dried gelatin.
The foie gras torchon ($23) arrives as two firm little towers of dense, rich foie gras topped with aspic, perched proudly on toasted brioche rounds.
Yet the Westerners who want this supposed paradise preserved in aspic rarely feel like settling there.
Endangered was one long list of appeals for a National Trust type Ulster - a countryside preserved in aspic, with thatched roofs and derelict cottages restored - everything in fact, bar TB-ridden peasants.
When we look at the nineteenth century, apart from a nice handful of Bournonville ballets, also preserved in something like aspic by the loyal and lonely Danes, the situation is murky.
The global study will create a greater understanding of the evolution of the business model, as well as give ASPIC the ability to track and assess both successful and unsuccessful ASP business scenarios.
So will gelees, aspic, sauerkraut and upscale egg dishes.
Founded in 1893, and with an annual turnover of DM260m, Schulte has invested heavily in all aspects of its operation, but with the focus on developing snack salamis and sausages, along with convenience aspic products designed to appeal as much to children as adults.
The development of a national railway system in Britain transformed the countryside, brought some towns to life and left others in aspic, facilitated trade, made suburbs possible and even affected the nature of time by demanding a unitary time throughout the country.
After Cleopatra's death in the play Anthony and Cleopatra, one of Octavian's guards says, "This is an aspic's trail: and these fig leaves have slime upon them, such as the aspic leaves upon the caves of Nile.
Esoft, a UK company which bills itself as Europe's first IASP (internet application service provider), has become an executive member of ASPIC (the Application Service Provider Industry Consortium), and says it will use its membership to propagate its own Managed Internet Applications service among independent software vendors (CI No 3,691).
But one boxholder, who is also a sponsor at Cheltenham, eschews caviar, asparagus, oysters, lark's tongues in aspic and other luxuries and decrees that the guests in his box on Tuesday sit down to Cornish pasty and chips.